By Scott Edelstein
Author, editor, and literary agent Scott Edelstein has performed it all--and now this insider brings his beneficial secrets and techniques to either starting and tested writers. protecting every little thing from development writing talents to facing editors to beginning a writing company, this all-important consultant gets you all started and aspect you within the correct path. With matter-of-fact suggestion and encouragement from knowledgeable, you will get the knowledge, suggestion, and suggestions you want to write your top and start a winning writing occupation.
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It's not that the details of sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation aren't important. It's just that they are best dealt with as you edit and polish your final draft—not while you're in the throes of creation. But what about larger mistakes? Shouldn't you avoid using the wrong viewpoint, or emphasizing the wrong details, or taking a scene in the wrong direction? Surprisingly, the answer is no. You shouldn't try to avoid mistakes as you write, because you won't know that they're mistakes until you've made them.
Some spend days, weeks, or even months pondering before they finally sit down to write; others just sit down (or stand up), begin writing, and see what happens. Each of these is an example of a writing process. With time and experience, each writer usually develops their own such process. Developing your ideal writing process can dramatically improve the quality of your writing. It can promote the flow of ideas, words, images, and energy; help you to write your most moving, engaging, or convincing work; and make the act of writing as pleasurable and energizing as possible.
In all cases, though, the journal serves as a repository for raw material which the writer can mine later on. As you can see, a writer's journal is a practical and inspirational tool—and it is quite different from a diary, which is simply a personal account of one's thoughts and life. A journal can take many forms: a bound blank book, a spiral notebook, a three-ring binder, or a computer disc or file. Some writers carry their journals with them wherever they go, so as not to lose an idea when it appears; others keep their journals in a safe place, jot their ideas down on scraps of paper in the flurry of the moment, then transfer those ideas into their journals later on.
100 Things Every Writer Needs to Know by Scott Edelstein